Wealth Hunters (2008/I) (executive producer)
Passengers (2008/I) (producer)
The Stepford Wives (2004) (executive producer) (as Keri Lyn Selig)
It Must Be Love (2004) (TV) (executive producer)
... aka Surviving Love (Canada: English title: working title) (UK)
Mafia Doctor (2003) (TV) (producer)
Point of Origin (2002) (TV) (co-producer)
... aka In the Heat of Fire (Europe: English title: DVD title)
Watching the Detectives (2001) (TV) (producer)
Harlan County War (2000) (TV) (co-producer)
In the Company of Spies (1999) (TV) (co-executive producer)
Three to Tango (1999) (co-producer)
After the Rain (1999/I) (producer)
CTVA Distinguished Alumni Award (2007)
Keri Selig is an independent producer with her own production company, Intuition Productions, where she is actively producing features and television projects.
Selig was an executive producer on the remake of the science fiction thriller The Stepford Wives for Paramount Pictures and Scott Rudin Productions. Frank Oz (In & Out, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels) directed the picture and Paul Rudnick’s (In & Out, Adam’s Family Values) wrote the screenplay. Nicole Kidman, Matthew Broderick, Glenn Close, and Bette Midler all starred.
Presently, Selig is in post production on Ronnie Christensen’s Passengers, with Mandate Pictures and Sony. Passengers is a supernatural-thriller about a grief counselor who tries to help survivors from a plane crash. Rodrigo Garcia (Nine Lives, Six Feet Under) directed, and Anne Hathaway (Devil Wears Prada) and Patrick Wilson (Little Children) starred.
Another Ronnie Christensen project that Selig has in pre-production is High Stakes, a fast paced thriller set against the world of high rollers in Vegas. David Ellis (Cellular, Final Destination 2) is attached to direct, and Velvet Octopus is financing the project. Shooting is set for summer of 2007.
Selig is also producing Nice based on the novel by Jen Sacks. This is a black comedy about a girl who is too nice and must go to extreme circumstances to change her ways…even murder. Reese Witherspoon is attached to star.
Intuition Productions and Careyes Entertainment are developing Freedom at Midnight, an adaptation of the novel by renowned authors Larry Collins and Dominique La Pierre. It is the true story of a love affair among royalty, set against the independence of India in 1947. Gurinder Chadha (Bend it Like Beckham, Bride & Prejudice) is attached to direct and Hugh Whitemore (My House in Umbria, The Gathering Storm) is set to write.
Another project Selig is currently producing is House Of Pain by Dan Gordon (The Hurricane, Murder in the First), an original screenplay about the life of Bela Lugosi. This film is being financed by Brightlight Pictures.
Another project Selig is developing is the feature adaptation of Robota, the graphic novel from Orson Scott Card (Ender’s Game) and Oscar-winning special FX director and Academy Award winner Doug Chiang (Terminator 2, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, Polar Express). Chiang is attached to make his directorial debut on Robota. Robert Kamen (The Fifth Element, Lethal Weapon 3) is attached to write. She will produce the project with Nick Wechsler (North Country, Requiem for a Dream).
In addition, Selig has various television projects in active development including, TWO HOUSES, ONE HOME, which is set up at Lifetime and Jaffe/Braunstein Productions (Elvis, 10.5). This is a modern-day look at adoption, and Rodney Vaccaro (Three to Tango). Set to shoot in Summer 2007.
Selig also has a scripted one-hour series in development at 20th Century Fox Television. HAPPY MAISEY with Richard Kletter (Odd Girl Out, She’s Too Young) attached to write. Selig will produce with Jessica Horowitz (The Road To Stardom with Missy Elliot). Another series that Selig is developing is HEIR HUNTERS, based on real-life Heir Hunters that track down the rightful owners to unclaimed fortunes currently set up with Burnim/Murray (The Real World, Road Rules).
Selig spent 1999 through 2001 as Senior Vice President of Production at Bel-Air Entertainment; the Warner Bros. based feature production and finance company. Selig shepherded many feature projects for the company, including: Diamond Dogs, an action-packed, diamond heist tale written by Jay Friedman and Michael Schiffer (Crimson Tide), and Man of the House, an action-comedy about an aging FBI agent who must transport a squad of dysfunctional cheerleaders across the state to testify before a grand jury. The film, directed by Steven Herek, starred Tommy Lee Jones and Cedric the Entertainer.
Prior to her time at Bel Air, Selig was Senior Vice President of Production at Kopelson Entertainment (Seven, The Fugitive). From January 1996 to October 1998, she served as Senior Vice President at The Cort/Madden Company (Save the Last Dance, Mr. Holland’s Opus) based at Paramount Pictures. At Cort/Madden, Selig co-executive produced In The Company Of Spies with Tom Berenger and Ron Silver and Harlan County War starring Holly Hunter.